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Bloodfist III: Forced to Fight (1992)

 -  Action  -  3 January 1992 (USA)
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Don Wilson returns to the screen as a man unjustly accused of a brutal crime. Within the prison he must fight for survival, freedom and justice.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Jimmy Boland
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Samuel Stark
Gregory McKinney ...
Blue
Rick Dean ...
Wheelhead
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Goddard
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Taylor
John Cardone ...
Diddler
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Pisani
Stan Longinidis ...
Leadbottom
Tony DiBenedetto ...
Tony D (as Tony Di Benedetto)
Andre Rosey Brown ...
Clint
J.W. Smith ...
Sporty Black
Laura Stockman ...
Connie
Kevin Davis ...
Stewart (as Kevin N. Davis)
Peter Cunningham ...
Champ (as Peter "Sugarfoot" Cunningham)
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Don Wilson returns to the screen as a man unjustly accused of a brutal crime. Within the prison he must fight for survival, freedom and justice. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Rated R for violence, language and sensuality | See all certifications »
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3 January 1992 (USA)  »

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This film was not originally intended to be part of the Bloodfist franchise. Concorde Pictures made it under the title Forced to Fight (it was even advertised with this title in trailers) but the title was changed to Bloodfist III: Forced to Fight before release to capitalize on Don 'The Dragon' Wilson's success with the first two Bloodfist films. The end credits also still portray the title Forced to Fight. This explains why star Don 'The Dragon' Wilson plays Jimmy Boland, a different character than the Jake Raye character he played Bloodfist I and II. See more »

Quotes

[explaining why he was sent to prison]
Jimmy Boland: They didn't like the color of my skin.
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Crazy Credits

The first three people listed in the opening credits (Don Wilson, Stan Longinidis, Peter Cunnngham) are karate champions, and below them are the titles they hold, as done with the previous two entries of the series. See more »

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Followed by Bloodfist IV: Die Trying (1992) See more »

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Game Show Theme
Written by Michael M. Elliott and Michael Rennex
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Watchable!
26 August 2006 | by (WILMINGTON, NC) – See all my reviews

The third installment of "Bloddfist" was about like the first one but slightly better than the second. This time instead of the fighting ring of a arena, it's the ultimate fighting ring: Prison! Just watching a juvenile get raped and killed in prison would make any man's blood boil. Then Wilson's character avenges the kid when he let that rapist meet the end of his own knife he used to kill the kid. And it was interesting to see Richard Roundtree play in the movie. Having Wilson's character get switched around form group to group can get confusing, especially when all the prisoners are black and white. Roundtree's character helps him out despite what he sees. And the fight scenes are never-ending. It's a shame that Roundtree's character got hurt, he was tough as nails all the way. He fought for his freedom, now he's going to fight for his friend who was wrongly put there. That maybe fictional, but it gets a glimpse of prison life that will scare the delinquent straight out of his skin. The marital arts is a way of protection, and it can be a lifesaver. I enjoyed it pretty much. 2 out of 5 stars.


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